Dr. Brian Windle
Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue plastic surgeon, Dr. Brian Windle is a resident of the Seattle, WA area. He and his wife have two children who now live in Aspen and New York. At his beautifully appointed office he and his staff are focused on the quality of care for our patients and on the consistency of care.
Dr. Windle is passionate about not only providing the best possible results and treatment but taking care his patients the way he would want his family to be taken care of if they were patients.
Why you should consider Dr. Windle for your plastic surgery?
There are two main reasons to choose Dr. Windle as your Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue plastic surgeon:
1. His Personal Approach
His personal approach sets him apart. As a plastic surgeon Dr. Windle has a passion for using his skills and abilities to help his patients improve the quality of their lives in the safest and best way possible.
During your consultation, Dr. Windle takes the time to really listen to you. Then he explains all of your options, educates you, answers your questions and helps you decide if plastic surgery is right for you. Routinely,
Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue patients say how nice he is and how pleasantly surprised they are by the amount of time Dr. Windle spends with them one-on-one. This is especially true if they have had consultations with other plastic surgeons.
To get to know Dr. Windle better, please visit Dr.Windle’s facebook page or the practice facebook page. We have a lot of fun and discuss the latest developments in the plastic surgery world. There is a lot of patient interaction we think you will like.
2. His Plastic Surgery Qualifications are First-Rate
It has never been more important to be sure that the doctor you choose for your plastic surgery is really a plastic surgeon. Know the importance of only using doctors who are Board-certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
You can also watch this short video on the dangers of not choosing a highly trained and certified surgeon. http://youtu.be/Ksmo-IXe9N0
Not only is Dr. Windle a board-certified plastic surgeon, he also is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He was acting Chief of Plastic Surgery at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals of Cleveland before being recruited to the Pacific Northwest to develop a plastic surgery program. He left practice for a little while to pursue a dream of his to get an MBA and now he has returned to practice surgery in the Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue WA area.
Memberships & Distinctions
- American Society of Plastic Surgery
- American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- Northwest Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Former Member, American Board of Surgery and Certificate of Advanced Qualification in Surgery of the Hand
- Surgery Committee, ReSurge International
In addition, Dr. Windle is:
- Celebrating 25 years as a board certified plastic surgeon
- Included in America’s Top Plastic Surgeons by the Consumer’s Research Council of America
- A member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- A member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, an elite group of board certified plastic surgeons who specialize in aesthetic surgery of the face and body
- A Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
- A Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada
- A national and international renowned speaker and lecturer
- A long time team leader with Operation Smile
Dr. Windle received his medical degree from the University of Calgary and his plastic surgery training at the University of Western Ontario. He did an extra year of special training in cosmetic surgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and even more training in Norfolk VA at the Eastern Virginia College of Medicine in oculoplastic surgery and craniofacial surgery.
If you are researching plastic surgery, you may have questions or suggestions for topics that you would like to know more about. The chances are, if you want to know more, others will too. Please send Dr. Windle your thoughts and suggestions by clicking Ask Us. Your input might be a great subject for a blog-post or even influence plastic surgery education at the national level.